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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundor, March t, THE LtTHMIDGE HttAlO 21 West oils lead market advance Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary, Montrer (Supplied by Doherty, McCuaig Limited) LAST 811) OK SALE fl.m, QuolM) Ind 12.37W 14.25 le.oo 5.75 J.M TORONTO (CP) Western1 oil issues led the advance as prices in most sectors ot the To- ronto stock market moved higher in active mid-session trading today. The western oil index was up 1.17 to 251.77 wliile the indus- trial index, considered a major indicator of market trends, climbed .39 to 224.78. Golds were up .28 to 228.62 and base metals .53 to 102.91. Among oil issues. Imperial Oil was up to Great Plains to SSitis, Ranger to W914 and Scun-y-Hainbow to Falconhridfje was up 1 to Cocklield Brown 1 to KVt, ax Vi to SI Hi, Rio M- gcm Massey-Fergu- son V, to and Sherritt V, to Tnco gained Vs to Texas Gulf '.i to International Utilities 'fc to and General Distributors Vt to Fruehauf Trailer lost 'i to Huron and Erie Mortgage V: to S32Vi, Chieftain Develop- ments '.-z to and Ciest- bvook Forest Vj to 59. MONTREAL (CP) All sec- tors except banks advanced in moderale trading on the Mon- treal stock market today. Industrials gained .70 to 244.19, papers .58 to 120.04, the composite .40 to 230.03 and utili- ties .03 to 159.68 while banks fell to 2G3.8fi. On the Montreal Stock Ex- change, Maclean-Hunter Cable TV gained to Falcon- bridge Nickel Hi to Ripid Data to and Cocklield Brown lo while Budd Automotive dropped T-k to WESTERN OILS AND MINES Alia Eas! Gai Almlnex Ashland BP Canada Brenda Minej Can South Cdn Ex Gas Cdn hid Caf, CD Cdn Lwif) Is Ctln Super Charier Chleflan Dome Pels Dynasty For1 Glanl Mascot G ranis Gl Plaint G. Cdn Oil S Lochiel Lvllon Win Noble Norlh Cdn Oil Numac PanciJn Pete Pan Ocean Perrol Pinnacle Plate Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Refn Selbens Spooner Total Ulster Wesl W. DecaUa Third of a four-part series 53.00 4.00 13.00 .35 10.00 33.50 3.15 2.00 1.31 6.65 Crowsnesl Cygnus A Falcon Copper P and M Trust Gens for Home A Home B Hcd Say Co Hud Bay Oil Hud Bay Husky Husky B Pfd Husky D War Husky .E war Inter Prov P i Infer Prov Steel Kaiser Res Loblaw C Pfd Magnascnics Pacific Pete PW Air Rainier 1nc Royaf Trust '51 Maurice Cap Sandwell iledyi U.15 Cdn Inveit 7.75 Ctf Mulual 7 75 Cmnw Infer JOJVi Cmnw LB- 6.8? 15.65 17.20 7 Cmnw Vent 7.97 8.76 Corp Invest 7-05 Corp In St F S.43 Dreyvs F U.S. Great Pacific 4.95 Gr In Shares 4.72 Gr Equity 8.BS 9.72 Invest Gr F 12.90 U.l) Invesr Mutual ft.uj Mutual Ac i.W Mutual Gr F -us 4.57 40.00 19.7i 49.25 43. S3 30.75 American consumers heavy energy users 10-75 15.25 2.45 14.2S 33.75 11.2S 5.00 52.50 1.15 4 40 N W Ctfn N W Gr Principal Gr Rcyfund Temp Gr United Ac Universal Sav Unlvest Vanguard CALGARY -oH 5.7B 6.3i 5.53 6.13 5.5J 7.15 7.44 9.25 10.11 5.40 6.15 9.12 4.20 6.81 7.60 Big changes ire Ukely In the pallem of American liv- ing as ihe growing energy sliorlage forces switches In travel, homes and perhaps even in the number of chil- dren in the average family. 1 J4 JVt Wcsf Cdn 13.00 Wciffield Min T.37 Weslan A Pfd 43.00 ,2J While Yukon 14.50 PIPE LINE STOCKS .46 Gas f. NEW YORK tures. U.S. funds. Winnipeg proved form or certificate is- commodity exchange Wednes- sued by the educational institu- day. _ A. Certain requirements must E; Ocl 73 85.75B; Jan 74 mot before the claim for tu- !8fi.90B; Apr 74 S8.10B. FOR SALE! FREIGHT ELEVATOR pound capacity, travels one floor, t-sed tion call 327-6747. speed 1520 feet per minute, 3 years. For further informa- PAHULJE CONSTRUCTIOK 16T8 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE LETHBRIDOE, AlBERTA to !1 a.m. today from the Cal- gary public stockyards show sales of cattle and calves, mostly slaughter cattle. Trade was active. Slaughter steers were fully steady. Slaughter heifers trad- ed fully SI higher. All grades of cows and bulls sold steady. Steers AI and 2 41.25 to 42.20. A3 40.25 to 41.25. Hcilcrs Al and 2 33 to 40.00, A3 38 to 39. Cows DI and 2 32.25 to 33.25. D3 31 to 32, D4 27 lo 31. Good hulk 37.50 to 40. Good heavy feeder steers more than 750 pounds 40.50 to 43. Hogs fob Calgary to 11 a.m average base price 48.55. Replacement mainly heavy cattle feeder were steers CP hotels moves outside Canada TORONTO (CP) CP hotels has taken over management of a 384-room hotel in Mexico City as the company's first hotel property outside Canada. The hotel, to be called the Cluileau Royal, was formerly the Continental Hilton Hotel op- erated by Hillon Hotels fnter- eliminate unnecessary driving. a "highly unpalatable ast impose fuel ratio- ling. The OEP report estimated ueh measures that would lam- rer the habits of Ameri- ans might reduce energy con- iumption 25 per cent by 1990. S. David Freeman, former presi- iential science adviser, claims [emand might be cut 33 per cent. Even so, nobody says such re- ductions would actually solve national energy problems. The jest they can do is to buy time. Population growth, the mush- rooming use of electricity, e n e r g y-consuming luxuries. products and shifts in the patterns of consumptior and production guarantee that energy demand will keep on! growing rapidly for at least (he next 20 years. "The nation's lifestyle is per- haps Uie most fundamental de- terminant of energy says the National Petroleum Council, which speaks for the oil industry. But in a report last December, the council opposed restrictions that would alter consumer habits. Economist Ronald Ridker, who studied the energy question for the commission on popu- lation growth and the American Rapeseed Vancouver Mar 404H 397 lun 402 410Vs Scp 409 400 Nov 386W 380 Rapesced Thunder Bay 38914 372 381 380 384 May Jly Oct Nov Oats May 120 Is IWi Jly Oct Dec Barley May IKHS Jly Oct Dec Rye May Jly Oct 152 150 !52 15 Hi 151 372 380 120 11G? 5 Ill's 10BH 153'i loS't 1511s 154'-. 154'.i 152 away Jlarch 3, 1963. We never knew that momuig What sorrow the day would bring, The blow was .sudden, t h e shock severe, To lose the ona we loved so dear. We miss your smile, cheerful way We miss the things you used to say. When happy days we oft' recall "Tis then we miss you mosl of aU. Precious forever are mem- ories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Annie, son Allan, daughters Lillian, Jane and families. 8157 Electricity is a key part of of a dear husband and grand le energy problem, for gener- father, Alen Zubik, who passed ting plants waste fully two- lirds of the fuel they burn, leating buildings by electricity s considered less than one-half fuel-efficient as direct gas seating. Household and commercial activity consume 31 per cent of otal U.S. energy demand. Big- est consumer is industry, lak- ng almost 40 per cent. IS TARGET The auto is the favorite target ;or energy conservation. While .he population grows about 1.1 per cent a year, the number of motor vehicles grows almost three times as fast and gasoline mileage gets worse. typical standard U.S. car averages less thaji 14 miles on a gallon, com- pared with small cars whose mileage averages almost twice as high. Senator William B. Saxbe (Rep. Ohio) recently com- plained that his new car got only six miles on a gallon; Saxbe blamed it on anti-pollu- tion controls. The population commHl'ion reports buses are three to four times and trains up to six times more efficient than autos at moving people. Only the jet airliner ranks iwer than the private car in 1 neasuring passenger-miles per allon. But the public seems lo pre- er care, just as the freitjht in-! ustry leans increasingly on rucks. So public tastes and business ireferences add their load to he energy problem: is increasingly S refered over steel for some uses, but its production requires z times as much energy. takes almost five times as much energy to feed new glass bottles into a "no-deposit- no-relurn" system as it takes to retum bottles and re-use them. U.S. has turned its back on what was once its fa- vorite fuel, still abandoning plentiful coal in favor of liquid and gaseous fuels that are eas- ier to handle and cause less pol- lution. meeting a good local and ex-1 port demand at firm prices. n w.'curlis, president of CP Hotels, said the Chateau Royal has all the facilities and serv- Lang: Canada has plenty of Avheat future said population and eco- nomic growth must stop some day but "at, this point in time there is still considerable room to choose when and how." Hussel E. Train, chairman of (lie presidents Council on Envi- ronmental Quality says a slowdown need not lower liv- ing standards but may actually raise them by shifting the em- Hog prices EDMONTON (CP) Aver-1 age prices to II a.m. today pro-1 vided by the Alberta Hog Pro-! ducers marketing board: Edmonton: 44.55, average Wednesday 48.73. Red Deer: 48.55, average. j Wednesday 48.65. Calgary; 48.55, average Wed- nesday 48.64. Lethbridge: No sales, aver- age Wednesday 48.70. Fort Macleod: No sales, av- j erage Wednesday 48.70. Total hogs sold Wednesday, j average 48.70. Sows 36.25.1 .Seek change EDMONTON (CP) Societ- ies in Alberta will have to have rules of order governing their meetings if the legislature ap- proves a private member's bil! introduced in the House. The bill, drawn by Julian Kc- iiiak Strath- would amend the Soci eties Act to inelude the rules of-order clause. Satisfied? MORRIS 1VERSON or hove you oulgrown your job? If you measure up but your present career dousn'l do as I did call Monulifel For a confidential discussion concerning a career 01 a pro< life underwriter, cal or wrilei Mr. L. R. MancUelh, C.L U 402 8th Street South IETHBRIDGE, Alb.rttj PHONE: (But.) 326.0287 (Ret.) JS< recessing an 1003 4th S., Ullibridge T.lephon. 328-4426 a ices the company is looking (or from industrial produc- its planned expansion into to better services educa- rne arts, recreation and in its plan ned expansion into the international hotel market. MEAT INSPECTORS Positions hove been ereoled In Edmonton, Red Deer, and Lethbridge lo oversee processing operations and sanitary conditions fn meat packing establishments, Dulies include anle-mortem inspection ot animals (or slaughter and post- mortem Inspection of organs ana" red meat portions or Ihe carcass. No shift work required for mott Requires o minimum of years experience in meal inspection and high school gradualion preferred, Salary lo 58688 and presently under review. Compeltlion closes Morch 15, 1973. Competition Number 4425-C-l, Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF AiBERTA, PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE, ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING, 620 7th AVENUE 5.W., CALGARY 1, ALBERTA OTTAWA (CP) Canada has plenty of wheat lo fulfil sqles commitmenls abroad. Otto La ng, minist er responsible for the Canadian wheat board, sured the Commons. He was replying to Jack Homer f who asked how much wheat Canada intends to buy from tiie United States lo meet export commit- ments. Mr. Lan g s aid the wheat board does not intend to buy wheat from anyone at present. In Montana, he said, there are reports that Canadian wheat prices now up to 50 cent a bushel higher than those in the U.S. are used as a bargaining lever U.S. prices raised. Beef futures WINNIPEG beef j futures close Wednesday. Mar 41.80A.; May 4.2.90N: Jly 42.70N; Sep 41.25N: Nov TO.OOA. Tuesday's volume: No con- tract .s. tion, the arts, recreation longer-lasting products. COSTS DECISIVE "The real issue is not whe- ther resources will last 100 years. 200 years or even long- er." Train once said. "The real issue is how much are we will- ing to pay. both in real costs and in environments! degrada- tion, lo supply our spiralling energy demand.11 ESTIMATOR for General Contractor Developer tn Calgary Preference will be given to applicants who can demon- strate successful experience in varied general construc- tion including engineering work. Written application complete with resume, references, salary expected and availability should be sent toj CASCADE BUILDERS LIMITED 2nd Floor, 912 6th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberto, T2P OV6 ATTENTION; Mr. R. N. Jock. OPPORTUNITY Aggressive Recreation Vehicle Manufacturer in Rural Manitoba requires a Production Manager with R. V. Mfg. experience. Salary per year plus Production Bonus. We pres- ently employ 50 people manufacturing Travel Trailer and Truck Campers. Motorhomes and 5th Wheel Trailers will be added to our line for 1974. Apply stating qualifications and personal information to: Orlie T. Johnson General Manager Edson Industries Ltd. (Naepawa) Box 699 Neepowa, Manitoba All applications will kepi In strict ;